Regina Cobb


Cobb (Republican Party) is a member of the Arizona House of Representatives, representing District 5. She assumed office on January 12, 2015. Her current term ends on January 9, 2023. Cobb ran for election for Arizona Treasurer. She withdrew before the Republican primary on August 2, 2022. Cobb was elected in November 2014 to represent Arizona's 5th District. After election, she became a sitting member on the Appropriations Committee, the Education Committee, and the Ways & Means Committee.

Sources: Wikipedia, Ballotpedia & Vote Smart


  02/03/2020 Prohibits Transgender Female Students Co-sponsor
    from Sports Designated for Females  
HB 2706 - Prohibits Transgender Female Students from Sports Designated for Females

Requires any interscholastic or intramural athletic team or sport sponsored by
    an educational institution in Arizona to be designated by one of the following based
    biological sex


  Males. men, or boys;
      Females. women or girls; or
      Coed or mixed-sex.
Who Are The Republicans Attacking Arizona’s Education?
"Proposition 208 passed during the 2020 general election, and received 1,675,810 votes, with approximately 52% of the vote and also received more votes than President-Elect Joe Biden, or Donald Trump did this election ... Now, there is a group of Republican politicians that are teaming up with one another to find any possible way to undermine the education funding initiative–including a joint lawsuit attempting to challenge the constitutionality of the education-funding proposition. This Republican coalition to invalidate the Invest in Education initiative includes Republicans from both legislative chambers, and even statewide politicians."
Dec. 7, 2020
Rep. Regina Cobb Urges Kingman Mayor Jen Miles To End Mask Proclamation In Kingman
"...“urging” the mayor on Facebook to “end this dictatorial rule and allow our freedom-loving residents to make the decision..."
Sep. 1, 2020
Background Checks Reveal Court Histories For State Representative Candidates
"Cobb, a Republican from Kingman, defended her use of the immunity statute because it allowed her to postpone what might have been a lengthy divorce hearing while the 2017 legislative session was ongoing"
Jul. 18, 2018
Regina Cobb Defends Vote Against #RedforEd Amendments
May 7, 2018

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